What does it take for people to align behind change?
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Date:
Monday, May 8th, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM KSA / 12:00 Noon GMT
Speaker:
Martin Gilbraith, Michael Ambjorn

Description Profile You Will Learn

'Change is the only constant'

So asserted Heraclitus a couple of millennia ago - and it holds true today. Yet, some studies suggest that as many as 70% of change programmes fail.

We're here to help improve your chances by aligning people, resources and effort using accessible tools and techniques. Through three practical case studies we'll show how leaders in organisations large and small have created the conditions for people to align behind change.

We'll walk through proven methodologies and also take your burning questions.

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